Rodin’s Thinker as an excuse, red flame

After two years of research and work, I rely on the figurative sculptures that Anthony Gormley exhibits. I also bet on the strength of the metal terminations that Jeff Koons manages to transmit. By the use of this path I am attempting to develop a new language, called “spherical atomization” that emerges with a style of its own.

In this first work, I am inspired by the great sculpture the Thinker by Rodin, endowing it with a renewed expressive force.

Among the sculptural languages of the author, is this Magical Figuration of the collection “Spherical atomization” by Miguel Guia called Thinker Rodin as an excuse is a perfect choice for your private collection. If, as a collector, you wish to invest in art due to its revaluation over time, this highly valued sculpture is currently being exhibited at art galleries. It belongs to a limited, original and numbered collection that the artist offers to you for a limited time. Once the edition is sold out, no more works will be produced.

Merchants and gallery owners count on the guarantee of an exclusive, quality and unique work that collectors, as well as subsequent generations and/or heirs, can enjoy.

  • Height 32 cm / 12,5 inches
  • Length 22 cm / 8,6 inches
  • Anchura 14 cm/ 5,5 inches
  • Weight 5,2 kg / 11,4 lbs
  • Finish Rusty bronze
  • Material The sculpture is made of a layer of nickel on cold smelting of copper with the base of graphite or marble dust.